Medical Emergencies
SBA - MCQ #3

Choose the Single Best Answer (SBA) to the questions below: 

1. A Partial Epileptic Seizure



 
 



2. If a patient has an epileptic seizure in the dental surgery:


 
 



3. If an adult patient is having a prolonged seizure (status eilepticus), Midazolam may be given while waiting for the ambulance. The dose is


 
 



4. If an adult patient is having a prolonged seizure at a dental practice, Midazolam may be given:


 
 



5. Hypoglycaemia is


 
 



6. Hypoglycaemia


 
 



7. A potential hypoglycaemic attack in the dental practice is diagnosed


 
 



8. An unconscious hypoglycaemic patient can be treated by giving a glucagon injection. Which of these statement is true?


 
 



9. Sweating, clammy skin can be caused by:


 
 



10. Vomiting can be caused by


 
 



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